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Jeffrey S Lee, Parvathy Bhaskaran, Scott Geranen, William S Hede, David T Knappenberger, Merlin Smith, Brian S Gratch: Method and apparatus for remotely configuring a wireless communication device. Motorola, Thomas V Miller, Brian M Mancini, April 27, 2004: US06728531 (279 worldwide citation)

An internet radio for portable applications and uses such as in an automobile enables remotely configuring a wireless communication device comprising the steps of remotely configuring a format for providing content on said wireless communication device for a first user; remotely configuring a second ...


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Emad S Isaac, Husain S Das: Device and method for transmitting a message from a client device to a service center. Motorola, Thomas V Miller, Brian M Mancini, June 8, 2004: US06748211 (186 worldwide citation)

A client device in a communication system having a service center. The client device includes a microcomputer and a wireless communication device. The microcomputer may generate a message and determine whether the message includes high-priority data. The wireless communication device has the capabil ...


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Axel Fuchs, David J Wheatley, William S Hede, James A Van Bosch, Robert F D Avello: Integrated personal communications system and method. Motorola, Kevin D Wills, Thomas V Miller, November 29, 2005: US06970703 (162 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method of integrating a personal communications system (102) includes a telematics device (106) coupled to a vehicle (107), where the telematics device (106) can exchange data with at least one vehicle system (139, 140) and where telematics device (106) includes a service providing ...


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George J Geier, Russell S Figor, Troy L Strother: Position and heading error-correction method and apparatus for vehicle navigation systems. Motorola, John J King, Thomas V Miller, June 10, 2003: US06577952 (105 worldwide citation)

The present invention solves the problems of the prior art by providing methods for compensating for temperature-dependent drift of bias in a vehicle heading sensor of a dead reckoning vehicle positioning system. Specifically, the invention uses a Kalman filter to generate a calibration curve for th ...


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Xiaoyi Ding, Jeffrey J Frye: Feedthrough design and method for a hermetically sealed microdevice. Motorola, Brian Mancini, Thomas V Miller, August 16, 2005: US06929974 (74 worldwide citation)

A microdevice (20, 120, 220) having a hermetically sealed cavity (22, 122, 222) to house a microstructure (26, 126, 226). In one embodiment, the microdevice (20) comprises a substrate (30), a cap (50) and an isolation layer (70). The substrate (30) has a plurality of conductive traces (38) formed on ...


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Victor Allen Vega, John Howard Rolin: Wireless electrostatic charging and communicating system. Motorola, Terri S Hughes, Thomas V Miller, April 12, 2005: US06879809 (59 worldwide citation)

The wireless electrostatic charging and communicating system includes an electrostatic reader, an electrostatic charger and an electrostatic rechargeable device or electrostatic transceiver such as such as a smart card or radio frequency identification (RFID) card without requiring physical contact ...


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John D Bruner, Richard Mark Clayton, James Blake Bullock: Server-based navigation system having dynamic transmittal of route information. Motorola, Thomas V Miller, Brian M Mancini, Terri S Hughes, July 10, 2007: US07243134 (55 worldwide citation)

A navigation system having a client device and a service center. The client device is capable of transmitting a starting point and a destination point from a user. The client device also includes a memory having a memory limit. The service center is capable of receiving the starting point and the de ...


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Stephen Kuffner, Timothy Collins, Bruce Eastmond, David P Gurney: Method and apparatus for electronic item identification in a communication system using known source parameters. Motorola, Valerie M Davis, Terri S Hughes, Thomas V Miller, November 29, 2005: US06970518 (46 worldwide citation)

A communications method including the steps of: receiving signals from at least one signal source during a first signal source transmission; estimating at least one signal source parameter based on the received signals during the first signal source transmission; receiving signals from at least one ...


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Robert W Deutsch: Dual fuel method and system. Motorola, Kenneth D Labudda, Thomas V Miller, July 15, 2003: US06591817 (46 worldwide citation)

A special dual fuel method and system is provided to enhance vehicle performance and fuel consumption as well as to accommodate a smooth transition when operating the engine on different fuels, such as gasoline or liquified petroleum gas (LPG). When the engine is operated on a different fuel, a filt ...



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